Braving the storm – PricewaterhouseCoopers Budget Seminar

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Minister for Finance Mr Tharman Shanmugaratnam delivered his Singapore Budget speech on 22 January 2009.

How will the latest Budget measures affect your business in these uncertain times? Find out at the annual PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Budget Seminar.

PwC tax experts will analyse and unveil in-depth perspectives on the Budget as well as its implications on the business community. The seminar also features a panel discussion where pertinent issues will be raised and debated amongst prominent business leaders.

After a stimulating afternoon listening to the latest taxation trends, you can network and exchange viewpoints with industry experts and business leaders over cocktails and refreshments.

Who Should Attend

CEOs, CFOs, financial controllers, bankers, investors, accountants, consultants and tax professionals. In short, the discerning business community curious about how the latest Singapore Budget will affect them and their businesses.


Justin Doebele is one of Forbes Magazine’s most experienced foreign correspondents, having reported from over a dozen countries in Asia and written many cover stories.

Speakers & panellists

Tax Consultants Vikram Khanna
  PwC Services LLP Associate Editor, The Business Times
Inderjit Singh Ng Keat Seng
Entrepreneur Senior Consultant, IRAS
Member of Parliament (former IRAS Deputy Commissioner)
Terry O’Connor
CEO, Courts
President, British Chamber of Commerce

Date & Time:
Monday, 2 February 2009
2.00pm - 5.00pm (registration from 1.30pm)

$150 - PwC clients/alumni
$170 - public

Fee includes cocktails, refreshments, seminar materials and 7% GST


To register, please download and complete the registration form and fax or mail with payment to:

PricewaterhouseCoopers Services LLP
8 Cross Street #17-00 PWC Building Singapore 048424
Tel: (65) 6236 3953/7
Fax: (65) 6236 3300
Attn: Maimunah / Siti

For enquiries, please contact Maimunah/Siti at (65) 6236 3953/7. Alternatively, you may forward your enquiries to